chess move

  1. the act of moving a chess piece
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  • Have the dumb Democrats, who think that just because the United States established war policies at the Nuremburg Trials, they must follow them; ever heard of the boxing technique called a feint punch or the legendary chess move called the "ghost knight gambit"? "War Crimes" Memos Questioned
  • a split open wide crusades pin boxed papacy jumping jack jehadis one eyed mullahs and politicised unspiritual world terrorising torturing destroying man and mankind chess moves. poem no 654 posted 3 oct 2006 God on the Move « bollywoods most wanted photographerno1
  • The chess moves are being displayed on a large board. Times, Sunday Times
  • I had to play some chess moves on the first record and compromise myself creatively to get my foot in the door. The Sun
  • My attention wandered as he outlined some of the scheduled interruptions on offer: one chess move per day, at-desk yoga, on-line fiction, various inspirational e-mails and musical interludes … FOCUS • by Oonah V Joslin
  • an illegal chess move
  • a strategic chess move
  • Of course, this has long been my main area of interest; each of the tens of thousands of chess moves I made during my career was a unique and analyzable decision. Twelve Months of Reading
  • It would be the sort of political chess move to put a smile on his face, but it would be significant. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mr. Putin, 59 years old, is expected to switch places with his longtime protégé, President Dmitri Medvedev, after March presidential elections in what critics and Kremlin officials alike have called a "castling"—referring to a chess move—of the two leaders. Putin Warns West on Interference
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